Building Trades

‘Right-to-Work Laws’ Are An Assault On U.S. Workers

March 10, 2015
By LIUNA President Terry O’Sullivan

Terry O’Sullivan

Washington, D.C. – With Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's latest attack on the middle class, half of the states in the nation now have so-called “right-to-work” legislation in place. That means that half of the working people in this country don't have the freedom to prosper by joining together in unions.

The tide of anti-prosperity legislation, financed by far-right extremist tycoons who buy governors such as Walker, is particularly an assault on those who work with their hands and service the great state of Wisconsin. It is by having the freedom to join together in a union that construction workers build careers, earn family-supporting pay, and stay safer on the job. It is through unions that wage disparities are reduced or eliminated. 

March 9, 2015

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